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Geaux Tigers! LSU Tiger are far above the rest. They go head on towards the competition and aim for the win. Your four-legged friend will be dressing far above the rest while strutting an Official LSU Tigers dog sweater.
Fun Fact: When it came to the BCS era LSU was first. The Tigers were the first program to win two national titles one in 2003 and the other 2007.

So this is why Katy Perry was throwing corn dogs during the LSU pick this weekend

The LSU program — which follows the Delta Society’s requirements — covers steps for training, evaluation and the types of dogs. Training included twice-a-week, two-hour period classes taught by Sylvester, who is certified by the Delta Society to train in animal-assisted therapy. Topics covered pertained to preparing the animals for visits, identifying and decreasing stress in the animals, animal health and safety, special needs of patients, interacting with people, facility health and safety codes and patient confidentiality.

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YES!!! Finally, now I know it’s LSU week because we have the corn dog story. Epic stuff. Finally I present to all LSU now schooled in the history of the "LSU Fans Smell Like Corndogs" the original blog that started the whole "corndog thing".

LSU Dog Collars & Leashes - EntirelyPets

This is all really funny because most LSU fans now embrace the corndog name because that insult(?) shows, more than anything, how lame Aurburn fans really are. Being called a corndog is now a badge of honor. There are worse things to be. How would you like to be a Gump or Bammer?

LSU Dog Collar - Ribbon (Large)


After the terrorist attacks to the United States on September 11, 2001, LSU began to look for ways to keep its students, faculty, and staff safe, especially when the crowds grow thick. Last year, Jerry Baudin, vice chancellor of LSU’s Finance and Administrative Services, attended a meeting of his peers in the Southeastern Conference and learned that the use of explosive-detection dogs, or bomb-sniffing dogs, was a great way to protect universities. Baudin, along with the University’s public safety department and LSU Chancellor Sean O’Keefe, then researched the possibility of acquiring such dogs to protect the LSU community when tougher measures were required. After the terrorist attacks to the United States on September 11, 2001, LSU began to look for ways to keep its students, faculty, and staff safe, especially when the crowds grow thick. Last year, Jerry Baudin, vice chancellor of LSU’s Finance and Administrative Services, attended a meeting of his peers in the Southeastern Conference and learned that the use of explosive-detection dogs, or bomb-sniffing dogs, was a great way to protect universities. Since LSU acquired the dogs, there have been no emergencies for the dogs to report to on campus. They have, however, responded with state police to off-campus incidents, Bettencourtt said. Their main work will take place this fall before, during, and after home football games.